[Histonet] Just In Time Slide Labeling Process

Martin, Gary gmartin <@t> marshallmedical.org
Tue May 5 16:47:25 CDT 2009

We are a small lab and hand write our slides at the microtome. 

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Subject: [Histonet] Just In Time Slide Labelling Process

Our lab is investigating a "Just -in-Time" slide labelling process, at
the point where slides are created.  Our MLAs are currently
pre-labelling our slides the night before.  I am looking for information
regarding how this process is handled in other laboratories (when are
slides labelled,  hand written or printed label, done per case or per
worksheet, etc.)

Also, when do you label your cassettes for grossing.  Is pre-labelling
done or are they made when the grossing is done?


Leah Nichols

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